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MIT OpenCourseWareMIT 5.95J Teaching College-Level Science and Engineering, Spring 2009 (2009)

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This participatory seminar focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for teaching science and engineering in higher education. This course is designed for graduate students interested in an academic career, and anyone else interested in teaching. Readings and discussions include: teaching equations for understanding, designing exam and homework questions, incorporating histories of science, creating absorbing lectures, teaching for transfer, the evils of PowerPoint, and planning a course. The subject is appropriate for both novices and those with teaching experience.

At the end of each lesson, students completed feedback forms to comment on what worked and what was confusing during that lesson. At the start of the following lesson, I addressed these comments. In these video discussions, I have linked the lesson with its corresponding questions as a learning aid, even though I would not have been able to do so in real time. Due to technical difficulties, only a portion of lecture 1 is available for viewing.

Instructor: Dr. Sanjoy Mahajan

See the complete course at: http://ocw.mit.edu/5-95JS09

License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
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More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu



This movie is part of the collection: MIT OpenCourseWare

Producer: MIT OpenCourseWare
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Language: English
Keywords: teaching; college-level science; engineering; course design; equations; designing; exam questions; lectures; evils of PowerPoint; planning; course; politics in academia; blackboards; slides; lecture performance

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Course Introduction 7.2 MB 
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Lecture 1: General principles of teaching 185.8 MB 
349.1 MB 
Lecture 2: Teaching equations 295.2 MB 
538.7 MB 
Lecture 3: Taking account of misconceptions; avoiding rote learning 153.4 MB 
291.6 MB 
Lecture 4: Designing homework and exam problems 224.1 MB 
423.7 MB 
Lecture 5: Course design 152.6 MB 
253.4 MB 
Lecture 6: Teaching interactively in large and small groups 160.0 MB 
272.4 MB 
Lecture 7: Lecture planning and performing 201.0 MB 
376.3 MB 
Lecture 8: Teaching with blackboards and slides 207.1 MB 
331.3 MB 
Lecture 9: Political barriers to educational change 244.1 MB 
373.7 MB 
Lecture 10: Course summary and your questions 170.9 MB 
277.3 MB 
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Lecture 1: General principles of teaching 19.6 MB 
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Lecture 2: Teaching equations 30.8 MB 
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Lecture 3: Taking account of misconceptions; avoiding rote learning 16.1 MB 
20.0 MB 
Lecture 4: Designing homework and exam problems 23.2 MB 
28.5 MB 
Lecture 5: Course design 15.3 MB 
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Lecture 6: Teaching interactively in large and small groups 16.7 MB 
20.7 MB 
Lecture 7: Lecture planning and performing 20.9 MB 
25.9 MB 
Lecture 8: Teaching with blackboards and slides 21.5 MB 
26.4 MB 
Lecture 9: Political barriers to educational change 24.7 MB 
29.3 MB 
Lecture 10: Course summary and your questions 16.8 MB 
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Lecture 1: General principles of teaching 5.1 KB 
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Lecture 2: Teaching equations 5.0 KB 
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Lecture 3: Taking account of misconceptions; avoiding rote learning 5.0 KB 
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Lecture 4: Designing homework and exam problems 5.0 KB 
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Lecture 5: Course design 4.8 KB 
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Lecture 6: Teaching interactively in large and small groups 4.8 KB 
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Lecture 7: Lecture planning and performing 4.7 KB 
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Lecture 8: Teaching with blackboards and slides 5.2 KB 
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Lecture 9: Political barriers to educational change 4.7 KB 
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Lecture 10: Course summary and your questions 4.7 KB 
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